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Budget Work Session #2

Budget Work Session #2

Wednesday, May 13
8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon

Vance County is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Budget Work Session #2
Time: May 13, 2020 08:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Governor Roy Cooper Issues “Stay at Home” Order for North Carolina

Governor Cooper has issued a “Stay at Home” order that will take effect Monday, March 30, 2020 at 5pm. Attached is Governor Cooper’s Executive Order imposing “Stay at Home” restrictions statewide, along with FAQ’s.

“Stay at Home” RestrictionsĀ 


In order to protect the public and our staff, there will be changes to County operations. Most offices will be closed beginning March 30, 2020 to in-person businesses, but will be available to assist citizens by telephone or email. Click on the link below to review the office listing.

COVID-19 List of Contacts for Building Closings

Latest Local Information and Updates on Coronavirus…

For the latest local information and updates on Coronavirus, please visit the following Facebook pages:

Granville-Vance Public Health Department Facebook PageĀ 

Vance County Emergency Operations Facebook Page

Please visit the NC Department of Health and Human Services Coronavirus statistics page at the following link to stay current on the number of cases in our state:Ā

Golden Leaf Funding Supports the NC COVID-19 Rapid Recovery Loan Program for Eligible Businesses

The Golden LEAF Foundation announces $15 million in funding to launch a rapid recovery loan program in response to economic losses related to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Golden LEAF funding will support the NC COVID-19 Rapid Recovery Loan Program by enabling loans to be made to eligible businesses for up to $50,000 with zero interest and no payments for six months. If not repaid in six months, the loan will automatically convert to a term loan.


The NC COVID-19 Rapid Recovery LoanĀ Program ( is managed by the NC Rural Center, a statewide nonprofit that has been supporting small business owners for more than 30 years. The Rural Center will lead a broad coalition of nonprofit lending partners to directly assist small business owners. Participating Rapid Recovery organizations include Business Expansion Funding Corporation (BEFCOR), Carolina Small Business.


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